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The cell theory is a list of ideas that describe the functions and importance of cells in living organisms. Which of the following statements is not a part of the cell theory? A) Cells can form from non-living matter. B) Cells are the smallest unit of life. C) All living things are made of one or more cells. D) Cells divide to make copies of themselves.

A

2

If a microscope has a 40x objective lens in place and a 15x ocular lens, the total magnification of the microscope system under these conditions is _____. A) 600x B) 55x C) 2.7x D) 30x

A

3

Which of the following is true for both plant and animal cells? A) They both contain a cytoskeleton. B) They both have a cell wall. C) They both contain chlorophyll. D) They both contain centrioles for cell division.

A

4

Which process produces carbohydrates in the leaves, which are then used for the growth of the plant? A) Transpiration B) Respiration C) Photosynthesis D) Phototropism

C

5

Which description best matches the lysosome? A) The organelle that directs cellular activities. B) The organelle that contains chlorophyll. C) The organelle that contains strong chemicals to digest molecules. D) The organelle in which cellular respiration occurs.

C

6

The mitochondrion is the organelle known as the powerhouse of the cell. It is here that sugars are broken down to release energy to use. Which organelle describes a mitochondrion? A) The organelle that directs cellular activities. B) The organelle that contains chlorophyll. C) The organelle that contains strong chemicals to digest molecules. D) The organelle in which cellular respiration occurs.

D

7

If the total magnification is 800x and the objective lens is set to 40x magnification the ocular lens must be set to: A) The ocular lens is a 3200x magnification. B) The ocular lens is a 10x magnification. C) The ocular lens is a 200x magnification. D) The ocular lens is a 20x magnification.

D

8

What does the nucleus of a cell do?

The nucleus controls all cell activities. It has a dense center called a nucleolus.

9

What does the Golgi apparatus of a cell do?

The golgi apparatus sorts, modifies and packages proteins made in the endoplasmic reticulum for delivery throughout the cell.

10

What is the function of the revolving nosepiece on a microscope?

The revolving nosepiece on a microscope is used to quickly switch between the 3-4 objective lenses. It does this by revolving, hence the name.

11

What is the function of the stage clips on a microscope?

The stage clips are used to keep the specimen in place.

12

What letter represents the light source on the diagram below?

H

13

What letter represents the base on the diagram below?

I

14

What letter represents the eyepiece or ocular lens on the diagram below?

A

15

What letter represents the stage clips on the diagram below?

F

16

What letter represents the objective lenses on the diagram below?

D

17

What letter represents the arm on the diagram below?

J

18

What letter represents the fine adjustment knob on the diagram below?

K

19

What letter represents the cell wall on the diagram below?

J

20

What letter represents the central vacuole on the diagram below?

E

21

What letter represents the chloroplasts on the diagram below?

H

22

What letter represents the mitochondrion on the diagram below?

L

23

What letter represents the nucleolus on the diagram below?

A

24

What letter represents the ER on the diagram below?

B

25

What letter represents the ribosomes on the diagram below?

G

26

What letter represents the mitochondrion on the diagram below?

K

27

What letter represents the cell membrane on the diagram below?

F

28

What letter represents the lysosome on the diagram below?

J

29

What letter represents the Golgi apparatus on the diagram below?

H

30

What letter represents the nucleus on the diagram below?

D